Raahil Chopra
Jul 09, 2010

Weekend fun: Watch the man of the tournament at the FIFA World Cup

Villa for Spain or Sneijder for Netherlands. Who will win the game for their team at the FIFA World Cup finals on Sunday? The octapus, Paul has decided that it's Spain who will win the World Cup.

Weekend fun: Watch the man of the tournament at the FIFA World Cup

Villa for Spain or Sneijder for Netherlands. Who will win the game for their team at the FIFA World Cup finals on Sunday? The octapus, Paul has decided that it's Spain who will win the World Cup.

The octopus picked Spain as winners and it was shown live on several news channels across the world.  Paul, may well have redeemed himself amongst the Germans as he picked Germany as winners for the third place play-off against Uruguay after picking Spain over Germany in the semi finals. The world-famous octopus could be seen choosing a mussel from a glass tank marked with a German flag, after sitting on the Uruguayan tank for a few minutes - indicating a German victory in Saturday's fight for third place. Since predicting Spain's victory over Germany, the mollusk has become less popular at home, while Spaniards have offered their newfound mascot protection.

WATCH his prediction for the FIFA World Cup third place play-off game between Uruguay and Germany here

 

 


 

Source:
Campaign India

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